Postgraduate Studentships available at NIMR, London

Frank Norman fnorman at nimr.mrc.ac.uk
Thu Feb 5 12:01:42 EST 1998


Please visit the NIMR website to see details of Postgraduate
Studentships available at NIMR in 1998:
http://www.nimr.mrc.ac.uk/PG/PG_Research.html

Project titles are listed below:
   1.Role of Ca2+ release from intracellular stores in central neurones
and glia.
     Supervisor David Ogden
   2.Long-term potentiation in the hippocampus
     Supervisor Tim Bliss
   3.Mechanisms of mesoderm induction
     Supervisor Jim Smith
   4.Diversification of cell type in the prospective neural crest of
Xenopus and Zebra fish
     Supervisors Michael Sargent and Derek Stemple
   5.Regulation of transcription during mouse embryogenesis
     Supervisor Peter Rigby
   6.Cell cycle analysis in budding yeast
     Supervisor Lee Johnston
   7.Diversity and patterning in the developing vertebrate nervous
system
     Supervisor Robb Krumlauf
   8.Developmental role and regulation of Eph receptors and ephrins
     Supervisor David Wilkinson
   9.Neurogenesis and somitogenesis in mammalian embryos
     Supervisor Vassilis Pachnis
  10.Establishing the body plan in mammalian embryos
     Supervisor Rosa Beddington
  11.Fast multiple sequence databank searching
     Supervisor Willie Taylor
  12.Muscarinic acetylcholine receptors
     Supervisor Ed Hulme
  13.Human CD2 Locus Control Region and the cloning of regulatory
proteins determining its
     function
     Supervisor Dimitris Kioussis
  14.The early developmental program of the malaria parasite Plasmodium
falciparum in a red
     cell.
     Supervisor Pradeep Patnaik
  15.Genomic organisation and transcriptional control of multi-gene
families in malaria
     Supervisor Peter Preiser
  16.Retrovirus-host interactions
     Supervisor Jonathan Stoye
  17.The role of sigma factors in gene regulation in mycobacteria
     Supervisor Elaine Davis
  18.Cell cycle regulation of transcription
     Supervisor Steve Sedgwick
  19.Purification of L-selectin sheddase and examination of its role in
lymphocyte migration
     Supervisor Ann Ager
  20.Protein structural domains and repeats; analysis and prediction
from sequence information
     alone
     Supervisor Jaap Heringa
  21.Role of human papillomavirus proteins in productive infection
     Supervisor John Doorbar


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Frank Norman, Deputy Librarian
National Institute for Medical Research, London, UK
fnorman at nimr.mrc.ac.uk






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